We’re all leading busy lives which demand our complete attention for 8, 10 and even more hours a day with a minimum of 5 days/week. While humans are coping with this situation as best they can, the same needn’t be true for their best friend – the dog.
Dog Crate Advice
Dogs can be whimsical companions – with some of them you never know what shenanigans they’re going to get up to next. The internet is full of videos featuring half-eaten dinners, chewed-up living room furniture and the deceptively innocent stares of the canine perpetrators of these avoidable crimes.
Everyone has heard of dog crates, and you’ve maybe even come across a few if you like to take road trips or plane rides and see families taking their cats and dogs with them to share the fun. While it’s true that dog crates are a very safe and convenient transportation tool, this amounts to only a fraction of their usefulness.